This site is a service of CLC Inc.
CLC Inc. was founded in 1986 and provides legal and
financial services to over 14 million American households. Analysis of the thousands of
legal and financial concerns received each month has enabled CLC
to address the specific legal and financial needs of our society.
With the increasing complexity surrounding marriage, child, elder care, financial, credit
and tax related issues, an astounding 90% of the population have a need for legal
services. Yet, when confronted with a legal and/or financial issue, most people do not
know where to turn to obtain professional guidence, nor do they have any control over
Consider the following:
- 70% of the population do not seek legal counsel due to the fear of cost.
- The American Bar Assoc. states that during a 12-month period more than half the employees in a typical workforce will experience a legal or financial issue.
- Almost one half the employees who take time off do so to deal with problems that are legal or legal-related.
- The average person is 3 times more likely to find themselves in a court of law than in a hospital.
- The divorce rate in this country exceeds fifty percent.
- In 1980, just over 12 million Americans filed a lawsuit.
- In 1998, more than 100 million lawsuits were filed.
American families are facing ongoing legal and financial challenges of staggering
proportions. This also means that these people have a need for CLC's
programs that is greater than ever!
CLC, through its intake and referral process of the many thousands of legal and financial cases we see each year has allowed us to
have a tremendous understanding of the legal and financial exposure of employees. CLC has developed and continues to develop, legal
and financial programs to address the needs of an employee and their family.
CLC provides benefits to more than 14 million
covered employees and individuals throughout the United Stated, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
- Employer groups ranging from Fortune 100 Companies to small businesses.
- Several of the nation's largest health care organizations.
- Financial institutions.
- State and federal governments and municipalities.
- National associations.
- Individuals and Families.